Buy 110mm Push Fit Soil Bends
Chose from 92.5 degree or 135 degree bends, in double or single socket, and in black or grey. We can source white soil also – but for this please contact us for prices and availability.
Traditionally, soil vent pipes were made from cast iron, now they are most commonly manufactured from uPVC (plastic). Soil pipes permit the removal of waste or filthy water from baths, showers, baths and sinks, while also allowing odours to be expelled over the construction via a stack vent, at a level where the odour released won’t cause a nuisance. The pipe’s vents also allow air into the inner drainage system to be able to ease the process of aerobic sewer digestion, preventing a siphoning effect from happening, and allowing free flow of water.
Soil pipes run vertically from the underground drainage system, up the side of the property to the roof level. It’s the pipe that carries waste water down to the sewer system. The bathrooms and the soil pipe by way of a connector will connect together, and waste water from this property’s sinks, toilets, showers and appliances will be connected by the waste pipes to the soil pipe by means of a boss connection. The soil pipe bends can also be used as 110mm downpipe bends for use with six inch guttering.
Soil pipe is sometimes called soil vent pipe, as at roof level a port will be installed to allow air flow into the system, preventing a vacuum and releasing gasses and any scents. . We maintain stock both push fit soil and solvent soil ranges in 110mm, in black and grey.
Approved document H: Requires that the foot of a soil and vent stack should have as large a radius as possible, rather than less than 200mm at the centre line. Ventilating pipes should complete at least 900mm over any opening within 3m and should be completed with a wire cage or other perforated cover. Soil and vent pipes must keep sufficient downward slope in their length to keep liquids and solids flowing freely towards the drain. If a downward incline isn’t feasible, a collection pit using a ‘sewer ejector’ pump could be installed. It’s frequently connected to the exterior of a construction (even though it may be fitted internally) and connects the subterranean drainage system to a point just above the amount of this roof gutter.